The Story Of Ick | Book, Essay

The Story Of Ick
Book details:
Pages: 48
Rating: 3.6

Original Title The Story of Ick

ISBN 0878070133 (ISBN13: 9780878070138 )

Edition Language English


Book description:

The parents of a lonely monster admonish him to put a little boy back where he found him--maybe more will grow.




Book Authors:

Fred Gwynne

Fred Gwynne was a well-known histrion in add-on to being a celebrated kids 's writer. Best known as Herman Munster from the situation comedy The Munsters, Gwynne 's books such as The King Who Rained and A Chocolate Moose for Dinner employed clever homonym pun for blithe wit that have delighted kids for coevalss. Wholly, Gwynne published nine books over a long calling.
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The Story Of Ick Essay




oh. my. God. ohmygodohmygodohmygod. THIS IS THE BOOK. I have been looking for it for old ages and old ages. I was really immature when I read it and it was so inexorable, bare and stalking it truly stuck with me.
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